You do your best to move on. Don't waste your time with rebounds, they will just remind you of what you had.. It just takes time. Try to focus on yourself and the things you want to do in life. Another guy will come along that will leave you wondering what the hell you was so hung up on before :)
Yes, all the time. My boyfriend lives about 4 hours away. It's definitely hard when he leaves or when I leave but we both know the distance is only temporary so we make it work. Having good communication when you are apart definitely helps. You can countdown until the next time you see each other. Ultimately though, there's no "easy" way to deal with a long distance relationship. That's why it's best for it to only be short-term and have a realistic goal in place for one of you to move closer to the other at some point.
It's been maybe a month since my ex and I broke up. We were together 4 years and yeah it sucks its gonna take time. What I do that helps is just go do things that I like. I've been hiking and kayaking and going to new places on my days off. Having fun with yourself and friends makes a huge difference.
Currently dealing with this... I had a relationship with a girl who left her boyfriend for me then left me to go back to him without telling me. It sucks, but the only thing you can do is try to stay positive and put other people in your life. Stay active, exercise, start a hobby, travel, and reflect on the situation so that you can learn something from it. Then use what you've learned to find a better guy for you.
Simple, I don't do long-distance crap. Tried it back in the day and it sucks. If one or the other can't move closer (ie he's in the military and just got deployed for 6 months) probably better off finding someone that is.
I got super busy and concentrated on fixing things in my own life that I could somewhat control the outcome of. I met new people, took up new interests. I even moved so there was nothing there to remind me of her.
media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/.../...a9de5d8a38c2.jpg Only way I've managed to keep the dreams at bay... after two solid weeks managing no more than two hours of sleep per night I saw no alternative. Doesn't take much, never been hung over the next morning.
we talk as much as we can, Skype daily, often call and fall asleep with the call still going, sounds creepy but its really comforting. And most importantly making plans to meet up. Be involved in their life even if you dont see them.